myron pers 6 - Floods Flash floods Big Thompson flood of...

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Floods Flash floods – Big Thompson flood of 1976 Riverine floods – Mississippi flood of 1927 Coastal flooding – Hurricane Katrina in 2005, global warming and rising sea levels South Georgia Flood of 1994 –Tropical Storm Alberto in the Flint River basin
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Credit points earned, classification awarded, and premium reductions given for communities in the National Flood Insurance Program Community Rating System. Premium Reduction Credit Points Class SFHA* Non-SFHA** 4,500+ 1 45% 10% 4,000 – 4,499 2 40% 10% 3,500 – 3,999 3 35% 10% 3,000 – 3,499 4 30% 10% 2,500 – 2,999 5 25% 10% 2,000 – 2,499 6 20% 10% 1,500 – 1,999 7 15% 5% 1,000 – 1,499 8 10% 5% 500 – 999 9 5% 5% 0 – 499 10 0 0 **Preferred Risk Policies are available only in B, C, and X Zones for properties  that are shown to have a minimal risk of flood damage. The Preferred Risk Policy  does not receive premium rate credits under the CRS because it already has a 
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2011 for the course PERS 2002 taught by Professor Roman during the Spring '07 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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